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H.P. Berlage 1856-1934 : Een bouwmeester en zijn tijd by C.H.A. Broos25
Scientific examination of early Netherlandish painting : applications in art history by J. R. J. van Asperen de Boer26
19de eeuwse Nederlandse schilderkunst : een zestal studies by P. Hecht27
Kunstonderwijs in Nederland by Paul Knolle30
Verzamelen in Nederland by J.P. Filedt Kok32
Klassieke traditie in beeldende kunst en architectuur by E. de Jong33
Monumentale beeldhouwkunst in Nederland by R.W.A. Bionda34
Het Rijksmuseum : opstellen over de geschiedenis van een nationale instelling by E. de Jong35
Middeleeuwse manuscripten by F.W.G. Leeman36
Renaissance en reformatie en de kunst in de Noordelijke Nederlanden by W.Th. Kloek37
That special touch : vormgeving tussen kunst en massaprodukt / by Frank Gribling39
Pieter Aertsen by G.Th.M. Lemmens40
Underdrawing in paintings of the Rogier van der Weyden and Master of Flemalle groups (Nederlands kunsthistorisch jaarboe by J. R. J. Van Asperen De Boer41
Goltzius-studies : (Hendrick Goltzius, 1558-1617) by Hendrik Goltzius42-43
Nederland-Italië : relaties in de beeldende kunst van de Nederlanden en Italië = Artistic relations between the Low Co by Jan de Jong44
Nederland-Italië : relaties in de beeldende kunst van de Nederlanden en Italië = Artistic relations between the Low Co44
Beelden in de late middeleeuwen en renaissance = Late gothic and renaissance sculpture in the Netherlands by Reindert Falkenburg45
Beeld en zelfbeeld in de Nederlandse kunst, 1550-1750 by Reindert Leonard Falkenburg46
Kunst voor de markt 1500-1700 by Reindert Falkenburg50
Wooncultuur in de Nederlanden = The art of home in the Netherlands , 1500-1800 by Jan de Jong51
Het exotische verbeeld, 1550-1950 : boeren en verre volken in de Nederlandse kunst = Picturing the exotic 1550-1950 : pe by Jan De Jong53
Rubens and the Netherlands = Rubens en de Nederlanden by Jan de Jong55
Lodewijk Napoleon en de kunsten in het Koninkrijk Holland = Louis Napoleon and the arts in the Kingdom of Holland by Eveline Koolhaas-Grosfeld56

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